Tag Archives | Huntersville

Pictured are the 2016 recipients: (From right to left): Lake Norman Chamber Board Chair Callan H. Bryan, North Mecklenburg Rescue Squad recipient Michael Tessari, Chamber President Bill Russell, Crime Stopper Board Chair Tommy Davis, Huntersville Fire Chief Larry Irvin, Fire Fighter Henry Cook, Huntersville Mayor John Aneralla, Huntersville Police Officer Jesse Helms and Major Barry Graham, Davidson Captain Steve Ingram, and Detective James Stokes, Cornelius Lelmely Deputy Fire Chief Guerry Barbee and Firefighters Ricky Overcash and Peter Blaich, Davidson Fire Chief Bo Fitzgerald and Firefighter Billy Todd, Davidson Mayor John Woods, and Cornelius Mayor Chuck Travis.  Photo by John McHugh / Ocaid Photography

Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce to recognize first responders

PRESS RELEASE (Huntersville, NC – October 9, 2017) The Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce will salute the men and women who work tirelessly to protect and serve the families and businesses of the Lake Norman region at a Public Safety Luncheon to be held at NorthStone Country Club (15901 Northstone Drive) in Huntersville. The twelfth […]

Read full story Comments are closed
WSIC file photo

Company reviewing I-77 tolls contract releases final report

PRESS RELEASE RALEIGH – The North Carolina Turnpike Authority has released Mercator Advisors’ final report as part of the review of the I-77 Express Lanes contract. Rather than asking the public to re-read the entire report to find changes and additions, the report is presented as an addendum to the initial report. The Turnpike Authority […]

Read full story Comments are closed
Submitted Photo

Carolina Renaissance Festival kicks-off later this month

PRESS RELEASE Huntersville, NC – When searching for signs of autumn’s arrival one need look no further than the return of the annual Carolina Renaissance Festival. As sure as the changing color of the leaves, for eight consecutive weekends starting September 30 and through November 19, the Carolina Renaissance Festival brings a big dose of […]

Read full story Comments are closed
File Photo

Investigators ID man killed at Huntersville hospital, thought to be Irma evacuee

PRESS RELEASE The North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation (NC SBI) has issued the below press release regarding this incident. “On Sunday, September 10, 2017, at approximately 11:40 p.m., Huntersville Police Department authorities responded to Novant Health Medical Center in Huntersville, North Carolina regarding an active shooter.  Huntersville Police Officers Michael Joseph W/M and Travis […]

Read full story Comments are closed
2015-05-26Developing

Huntersville PD: Armed man shot by officers at hospital

PRESS RELEASE On September 10, 2017 at approximately 11:40 PM, officers with the Huntersville Police Department responded to Presbyterian Hospital at 10030 Gilead Road in Huntersville in reference to a man with a gun who had fired several shots. Upon arrival, hospital staff and witnesses directed officers to the area where the man with the […]

Read full story Comments are closed
Amanda Allen - Picture courtesy of the Huntersville Police Department

Woman accused of selling drugs charged with 2nd degree murder

PRESS RELEASE Huntersville Police have charged a suspect with Second Degree Murder, Sale of a Controlled Substance: Schedule II (2 counts), Deliver of a Controlled Substance: Schedule II (2 counts), and Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Manufacture, Sell or Deliver Schedule II (2 counts). On Monday, May 29, 2017, Huntersville Police responded […]

Read full story Comments are closed
WSIC's Chris Hoke recently published his first book, The Dorm Room Newsroom: Learning & Broadcasting Outside the Lines - Source: Book cover by Chris Hoke, author's picture by Dave Graham Photography

NEW BOOK: WSIC’s news once came from a college dorm room? Yes, that actually happened

The last time you heard news on the radio, did you give any thought to where it was reported from? Probably not. Chris Hoke’s listeners on WSIC in Statesville, North Carolina had no idea their newscasts were being recorded by a college student in his dorm room. A story of faith, broadcasting, college and business, […]

Read full story Comments are closed
2017-08-30yardsale

The WSIC Community Yard Sale is Saturday, September 9th!

Visit WSIC at 1117 Radio Road in Statesville during normal business hours (9 am to 5 pm) to get your free space to sell courtesy of the Black Automotive Group.  Still have questions?  Email brian@wsicweb.com or call 704-872-6345.

Read full story Comments are closed
2017-02-06LKNEDClogo

Produce packaging company announces plans to expand in Huntersville

FROM PRESS RELEASE Huntersville, NC, August 29, 2017- Daumar Corporation, the leading packaging solutions provider to the fresh produce industry, announced their plans today to build their first U.S. flexographic printing facility in The Park – Huntersville. Daumar will invest $21,000,000 during the first construction phase to build a 120,000 square-foot facility in Huntersville. During […]

Read full story Comments are closed
WSIC File Photo

Huntersville man gets jail time for investment fraud scheme

PRESS RELEASE CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Today, U.S. District Judge Max O. Cogburn, Jr. sentenced Robert Louis Winecoff, 37, of Huntersville, N.C. to 51 months in prison for operating an investment fraud scheme involving bogus investment products, announced Jill Westmoreland Rose, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of North Carolina. Winecoff was also ordered to serve […]

Read full story Comments are closed
Website Design by McBryde Web Site Design          
For technical issues e-mail webmaster@mcbryde.com